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Colleges play role in diversity, experts say

September 1, 2005

Minneapolis — Some veterinary leaders want a more diverse veterinary population, and they are willing to take their case tio the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) to promulgate it.

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Adding value to a practice — immediately

September 1, 2005

The practice owner was impressed Keri put so much thought and effort into her job.

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Student survives London blast

September 1, 2005

Knoxville, Tenn. — A University of Tennessee student attends her first year of veterinary college this fall after recovering injuries sustained in the bombing of London's subway system.

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Expect to encounter emerging disease, report says

March 1, 2005

Washington — By the time this year's graduates reach retirement age, they likely will have witnessed a disease epidemic.

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Basic financial planning keeps graduates afloat

March 1, 2005

Orlando, Fla. — New graduates pay an average 5.3-percent more for student loans while starting salaries rose 3 percent in 2004.

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Job satisfaction hinges on preparation

March 1, 2005

The veterinary graduate's final assignment as a student requires research, a meticulously planned budget and the right questions.

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WVC doles out $120,000 in student scholarships

March 1, 2005

Las Vegas — Thirty-one veterinary students landed a $2,500 scholarship and $1,000 stipend from the Western Veterinary Conference (WVC).

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New graduate growth hinges on mentoring

March 1, 2005

Hopefully you have accepted a position that recognizes the gap between education and practice.

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Dress for success

March 1, 2005

Cleveland — Clients judge a book by its cover. There's no way to get around it, especially when it comes to students and new graduates.

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